Free Printable Flower Seed Collection Packets

Free Printable Flower Seed Packets

Are you a seed collector? Print out these mini flower seed packets to pretty up your seed storage, or to give as a gift and share the garden with someone special.

Free Printable Flower Seed Envelopes from Garden Therapy

I love how easy it is to collect seeds around the garden. Seed heads are so pretty, provide food and perches for birds, and help to plant the garden for the next year. Collecting seeds is as simple as letting the seed heads dry on the plant and then carefully collecting the flower seeds. With so many seeds at the end of the season, these free printable flower seed packets are a fun way to package them up for the season or for a friend.

DOWNLOAD Garden Therapy Flower Seed Envelopes

To download and print the design, click the link above which will open it as a PDF in a separate page. Save that page to your computer and print.

Make sure that your printer is set to print the actual size. Use a heavy weight paper to make the strongest envelopes.

Free Printable Flower Seed Collection Packets



  • Printer
  • Heavy weight printer paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Make it!

To make seed packs, cut out around the outside of each of the three packets. Fold the tabs on sides to the back and glue them to the back. Be sure to glue all the way along the sides as tiny seeds can sneak out otherwise.

Here are some of the seed packets that I put together for Valentine’s day gifts. These would also make wonderful wedding favors or thank-you cards. I like the idea of attaching a package of home-grown seeds to a bouquet of flowers or even including them in a housewarming gift for new neighbors.

Free Printable Seed Envelope Valentines

Want more seed packet designs for vegetables, herbs, and even for Valentine’s Day Gifts? Check them all out here.

Seed Starting Guide

Need help starting seeds in the spring? Garden Therapy’s Ultimate Seed Starting Guide is a great place to start.

About the Author : Stephanie RoseAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie Rose

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